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Named for [[Randolph T. V. Bowman]], an instructor in forge and foundry, and an assistant football coach who died at 23 on [[April 14]], [[1899]], it was originally the parade ground for Clemson cadets and the home of [[Clemson University]]'s first football, baseball, basketball teams, track and even soccer teams. <BR>
 
Named for [[Randolph T. V. Bowman]], an instructor in forge and foundry, and an assistant football coach who died at 23 on [[April 14]], [[1899]], it was originally the parade ground for Clemson cadets and the home of [[Clemson University]]'s first football, baseball, basketball teams, track and even soccer teams. <BR>
 
As an assistant coach, Bowman had been responsible for much of the clearing of the area for use as an athletics field. Bowman holds the Clemson distinction of having coached the very first intercollegiate match played at Clemson, a baseball game with Furman on [[April 24]], [[1896]], which, unfortunately, the Tigers lost, 13-20. <BR>
 
As an assistant coach, Bowman had been responsible for much of the clearing of the area for use as an athletics field. Bowman holds the Clemson distinction of having coached the very first intercollegiate match played at Clemson, a baseball game with Furman on [[April 24]], [[1896]], which, unfortunately, the Tigers lost, 13-20. <BR>
The two 19th-century cannon located on the field were nicknamed [[Tom and Jerry]] by the class of [[1952]].
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The two cannon located on the field were nicknamed [[Tom and Jerry]] by the class of [[1952]].
 
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